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Wed, 20 Sep 2017 18:34 - Updated Wed, 20 Sep 2017 18:33

SPIC arrest home appliances robbers

Moçâmedes - The Provincial Criminal Investigation Service (SPIC) announced on Wednesday the arrest of three citizens suspected of stealing household goods in residences in the "25 de Abril” ward in Moçamedes.

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SPIC seized three plasmas, two butane gas cylinders and a motorcycle during the suspects' detention, according to SPIC's chief of the press department, chief inspector André Marcelino, while presenting the suspects.

He said that the alleged offenders were involved in house robberies in the dead of night.
The police officer appealed to the population, the need to redouble surveillance in homes and commercial establishments, in coordination with police agencies, to thwart the attempts of the criminals.

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